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Move Data from One Cloud to Another in Minutes with DataStax Enterprise

Historically, moving data from one cloud to another has been an incredibly difficult thing to do. More often than not, the process stretched on for weeks or even months. It also required lots of development and operation effort to make it all work. 

In large part, that’s because each cloud provider has its own proprietary architecture and, generally speaking, one provider’s architecture isn’t compatible with another’s.

At DataStax, we believe that—in the hybrid cloud world—moving data from one cloud to the next should be a simple and seamless process. 

And that’s exactly why we’ve engineered DataStax Enterprise (DSE) in such a way that enables our customers to easily move to and from a cloud in just a few minutes.

But don’t just take our word for it. 

Patrick Callaghan, our VP of enablement, recently cut a quick demo that shows exactly how easy it is to move data from one cloud to another. 

In the demo, Patrick shows: 

  1. How to do cross-cloud keyspace replication with a single command to move data from Azure to Google Cloud Platform. 
  2. How you can use DataStax Enterprise and shut down an entire data center—all without experiencing any downtime. 

You can watch the demo here

If you’re interested in finding out even more about moving data from one cloud to another with DSE, here are some resources you may want to check out:

  • Video: Doing a Large-Scale Data Migration Without Downtime and During Regular Business Hours - Accelerate 2019
  • Blog: Migrating Data from Apache Cassandra to DataStax Managed Cloud (Yes – It’s Easy)
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